Paresis

Partial paralysis.

Paresis

Paralysis which is partial only. Slight paralysis.

paresis

a partial paralysis
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paresis

[n] - a slight or partial paralysis
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Paresis

State of reduced power to, and fine control of, the skeletal muscles. Occurs as a result of damage to the pathways exciting muscular contraction. [Compare spasticity.]
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Paresis

partial paralysis
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Paresis

Paresis: 1 Incomplete paralysis. 2 A form of neurosyphilis (syphilis affecting the central nervous system -- the brain and spinal cord). Also known as general paresis, neurolues, acute syphilitic meningitis, meningovascular syphilis, tabes dorsalis, and the great pox. First recognized in Europe as a distinct epidemic in Naples in the late 1400s coi...
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Paresis

Par'e·sis noun [ New Latin , from Greek ..., from ... to let go; ... from + ... to send.] (Medicine) Incomplete paralysis, affecting motion but not sensation.
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paresis

<neurology> Slight or incomplete paralysis. ... Origin: Gr. = relaxation ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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paresis

noun a slight or partial paralysis
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paresis

(pә-re´sis) slight or incomplete paralysis. adj., paret´ic., adj.
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Paresis

• (n.) Incomplete paralysis, affecting motion but not sensation.
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paresis

psychosis caused by widespread destruction of brain tissue occurring in some cases of late syphilis. Mental changes include gradual deterioration of ... [6 related articles]
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paresis

(Gr. 'relaxation') slight or incomplete paralysis.
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paresis

Muscular weakness of a body part, usually used in distinction from paralysis which implies complete loss of muscle power. Paresis may be due to disease of the brain, spinal cord, peripheral nervous system, or muscles.
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paresis

Type: Term Pronunciation: pă-rē′sis, par′ĕ-sis Definitions: 1. Partial or incomplete paralysis.
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paresis

Diminished ability to move a muscle or a body part voluntarily.
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paresis

Greek = relaxation, but has come to mean partial paralysis.
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Paresis

Paresis is a condition typified by a weakness of voluntary movement, or partial loss of voluntary movement or by impaired movement. When used without qualifiers, it usually refers to the limbs, but it can also be used to describe the muscles of the eyes (ophthalmoparesis), the stomach (gastroparesis), and also the vocal cords (Vocal cord paresis)....
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paresis

Partial paralysis of both the voluntary and involuntary muscle groups of the body.
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paresis

partial or slight paralysis
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paresis

omission of an element from a word
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